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Mar 14, 2021

[Answer] Where can you see this well-preserved, 17th-century warship?

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Sweden - In 1628, the 226-foot-long Vasa warship launched from Stockholm Harbor. Intricately decorated and heavily armed, King Gustavus Adolphus commissioned the Vasa to be the crown jewel of the Swedish navy and a symbol of strength. Spectators gathered to watch the unveiling of the ship as it set sail on its maiden voyage. But just minutes after leaving the dock, a gust of wind caused the Vasa to topple and sink to the bottom of Stockholm Harbor. The ship remained there, less than one nautical mile from shore until 1961 when divers and archaeologists excavated the ship to find the cold Baltic Sea had kept the Vasa about 95% intact. The ship and its contents are on display at the Vasa Museum in Stockholm.:


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